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The service will start at the Market Cross outside the Queen’s Head at 10am. We look forward to welcoming Harry the Donkey (and Katy and Mike), who behaved impeccably with Stepping Stones toddlers and with Key Stage 1 of Castle Primary School for their Easter Service,
Looking forward to Lent here – everyone can have a little book with a sentence from the Bible, a thought and a prayer for each day. Available over the next few weeks at our usual Sunday morning service at 10am, so come along for your copy! See you soon.
Come along to celebrate the Harvest! Our Harvest Thanksgiving Service is on Sunday 25th September at 10am. We will be welcoming donations of dried, tinned or fresh food at our service to distribute to those in need. Alternatively you can drop off donations by the church door, or in the porch of the Rectory. We will be having fun dressing the church for our celebrations on Saturday 24th September at 9:30am, if you would like to come and join in making the church beautiful using the produce of the harvest! Looking forward to seeing you this Harvest.
We now meet between 9:30 and 11:30am on Tuesdays and Thursdays, so come along and join the fun! Open to children under 5 and their carers all year round (unless we say otherwise on our Facebook page)
It’s our Patronal Festival on Sunday 24th July 2016, when we celebrate St James. Come along at 10am for a church-style birthday party. There will be games, there will be Gospel, there will be sharing bread and wine.
Did you know that the latest edition of the Diocese’s Grapevine newsletter – which replaced the old Sarum Link – can be viewed online at the Diocese of Salisbury’s website? Click here to get there!
The diocese also sends out an e-Bulletin: the last edition had Claire and the monthly Memory Cafe held in the Church Hall as the leading article. You can read it here. The e-Bulletin is sent out via email most Tuesdays: to subscribe click here.